Saturn, Enceladus Plasma Waves Being Exchanged
Wednesday, 11 July 2018 (
1 week ago)
Saturn communicates with its moon Enceladus through plasma waves that are constantly being exchanged, according to scientists who recently recorded the interaction and converted it into audio.
New NASA research indicates the presence of "powerful and dynamic interaction of plasma waves" near Saturn. ▶ Listen To Plasma 'Sounds' Near Saturn 01:19
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